2017/11/25 – Scarb Utility

Off to Scarborough today. Walkways from Vic Park lead me to a utility corridor adjacent to the Bloor-Danforth line.

The views along here, I think, are so much better than actually riding the subway.

There seems to be abandoned tracks adjacent to Warden station, a freight spur used to come southwest from Kennedy.

Buried watercourse. Hydro house.

You see some random, interesting and weird stuff on these walks.

Second crossing of Massey Creek today.

Hydro line intersection. Pylons of various shapes and sizes. I’m headed north, but I think this corridor has been deactivated.

Had to detour around a Canadian Pacific mainline via Warden and Ellesmere. Also ran into Massey Creek a third and fourth time.

Hit another wall. This time it’s 14 lanes of the 401. Going to call it there for today.


Date: November 25, 2017
Length: 17.0 km
Type: Utility


Metroscapes Walks
Toronto | Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge | Hamilton | Guelph

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